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3 ways to practie self-awareness as a leader

3 ways to practie self-awareness as a leader

  • Seek feedback from the environment;
  • Use self-reflection to better understand your behavior;
  • Practice regular self-observation to stay aware of your feelings at all times.
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    Is a management style in which leaders are genuine, self-aware, and transparent. 

    An authentic leader is able to inspire loyalty and trust in her employees by consistently displaying who she/he really is as a person, and how she/he feels about her employees' performance. 

    Authentic leadership is the single strongest predictor of an employee's job satisfaction.

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    • Self-Awareness: be aware of your trengths, weaknesses, and values and displaying them to your team.
    • Relational Transparency: remain genuine, straightforward, and honest with your team. Display the behavior you hope to see in your employees.
    • Balanced Processing: stick to your values when making decisions, but remain open to discussions and alternatve options.
    • Doing the right thing: focus on doing the right thing for the long-term success of the business, not yours.

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